What is a Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney gives someone the authority to act on your behalf in relation to your property, finances, and personal care and welfare. An enduring power of attorney is needed if you become unable to understand the nature and consequences of legal decisions, or lose the ability to communicate them. The person you give a power of attorney to is an important decision, and they should act in your best interests at all times. Our lawyers will ensure you get the right advice and support.
Situations where you’ll need a power of attorney: